my map sensor is showing bad in my 97 saturn sc2 DOHC and i was wondering is the map sensor in my car the same as one in a cavalier or other gm vehicle because there bopth gm parts

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Asked by Aug 18, 2007 at 11:58 AM about the 1997 Saturn S-Series 2 Dr SC2 Coupe

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

the MAP wiries are wore out there coming through the casings and it shows on one of those computer diognostic thiongs that its the map sensor is it just the wires or is the sensor gone whats a cheap way of replacing it. shes a 97 saturn coupe dohc twin cam 16 valve... i need help shes running still but miss firing after 4000 rpms and when i come back from 3000 rpms she slows down returning to 1000 rpms..help me plz.

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The Saturn dealer should have the part available. Many of the wiring harnesses they keep in stock because of just such a problem. We replaced a transmission wiring harness on my wife's 1999 Saturn for about $22 worth of parts. It may also be the MAP sensor as well, since if the wires were rubbed through, it may have shorted out and fried itself, so replace both at the same time.

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